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Compound Tenses of the Indicative
In the passé composé, the auxiliary is in the présent :
Il a mangé ; il est repu.
In the plus-que-parfait, the auxiliary is in the imparfait :
Il avait mangé ; il était repu.
In the futur antérieur the auxiliary is in the futur simple :
Il aura mangé ; il sera repu.
In the passé antérieur, the auxiliary is in the passé simple :
Il eut mangé ; il fut repu.
In this exercise, you'll have to conjugate the verbs in brackets
in the mentioned tenses.
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